Getting To Know You

One of the challenges you’re faced with when you relocate, whether to a new city, state or country, is how to develop a new circle of friends. We’ve met one lady whose husband had a fall which caused brain damage. While he’s still able to do most things for himself, she’s become a full-time carer. … Continued

It’s Really Grim

Since moving to Tasmania Danita and I have made a commitment to go somewhere new as often as possible. We’ve covered most of the north coast of Tasmania and so decided to complete that part of the map by visiting Cape Grim. According to Wikipedia (the knower of all things useful): “Cape Grim is the … Continued

Why Did You Choose To Be Born That Way?

Mary Flannery O’Connor (1925-1964) is quoted as saying: “I write because I don’t know what I think until I read what I say.” I know how she felt and sometimes I do the same. (So, if my comments are irrational, illogical and simply dumb, it’s because I haven’t yet thought them through properly – I … Continued

It’s Getting Better All The Ti-i-ime

When I was in Sydney I used to attend a business networking group calling The Y Network. As is standard practice in these groups there was a segment where everyone would do their infomercial ie they would talk briefly about what their business did and who their target market was. I would often start my … Continued